If you are unsure about what to do this weekend, check out this list of exciting events happening across the county. 

A Day of Knights with the Silver School of Arms 
Clitheroe Castle 

Join us for an exciting day of weapons handling and displays of medieval sword fighting. Combat demonstrations will take place between 11am and 3pm so why not drop into this free family friendly event and meet the experts. 

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Aideen Barry - For she is always creeping 
The Whitaker 

Taking over both gallery spaces at The Whitaker, for she is always creeping is an adaptation of Aideen Barry's By Slight Ligaments and has been specially re-imagined for The Whitaker. for she is always creeping includes film, sound, drawing and digital animation. Sound and imagery will overwhelm visitors, playing with the senses, marking out connection, dislocation, and our bodies in a changing world.

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Lytham 1940s Weekend 

Join us for the eleventh Lytham 1940's Weekend, taking place on Lytham green and within the town. Lytham re lives the 1940s era with a weekend of forties singing, dancing and big bands, weapons displays, historic vehicles, military charities, vintage traders and so much more. 

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Open air theatre - The Importance Of Being Ernest 

Slapstick Picnic present a fantastically wild(e) production, ripping up the recipe book and celebrating silliness. Prepare to witness the entirety of Oscar Wilde's classic play of manners, affairs and handbags being performed by just two rather dashing entertainers.

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Great British Afternoon Tea Dance 
Lowther Pavillion 

An afternoon of Dance to the Music of Chris Hopkins the Blackpool Tower Ballroom organist . Your Afternoon tea catered for by The Villa . It is unreserved seating and spaces are limited so book your ticket now .

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The Tale of Peter Rabbit and Benjamin Bunny 
Astley Hall Coach House and Park

An enchanting new adaptation of two of Beatrix Potter's best-loved tales, The Tales of Peter Rabbit and Benjamin Bunny set in the beautiful walled garden performed by Quantum Theatre. 

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